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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: Releases For The Week of May 4, 2018

A Rae of light.

Three is better than one, but you’ll have at least seven days before these releases become old news. From the fun with numbers department to the numbers of new projects out today, here are the albums and singles you need to know on digital services and in stores this Friday:

RAE SREMMURD – SR3MM (iTunes)
At 27 tracks over three albums, one set by the duo and two solo sets by each of its members, this release should easily claim the top spot on next week’s Billboard 200 chart, as long as all three are counted together. Lead single “Powerglide”, which features Juicy J, is safely in the top ten on the Urban chart and approaching the region on the Rhythmic list.

SHINEDOWN – Attention Attention (iTunes)
This rock group will be back in the top ten on the double double (or so I think) with their sixth studio album, featuring the former #1 single on the Active Rock chart, “Devil”. How angelic will its debut end up? You’ll have to wait and see.

Notable albums out this week: Lake Street Dive‘s Free Yourself Up (iTunes), Leon Bridges‘s Good Thing (iTunes), Mat Kearney‘s CRAZYTALK (iTunes), Matt & Kim‘s Almost Everyday (iTunes), Preme‘s Light Of Day (iTunes), Royce Da 5’9″‘s Book Of Ryan (iTunes)

Notable EPs out this week: Jeremy Zucker‘s glisten (iTunes), RAYE‘s Side Tape (iTunes), Tove Styrke‘s Sway (iTunes)

New digital singles that you can buy this week include:
“5 Years Later”, Leo Stannard (iTunes)
“21st Century Liability”, YUNGBLUD (iTunes)
“Accelerate”, Christina Aguilera featuring Ty Dolla $ign & 2 Chainz (iTunes)
“Alone With You”, Denny White (iTunes)
“Ashes”, Celine Dion (iTunes)
“Balenciaga”, Cheat Codes (iTunes)
“Bloom”, Troye Sivan (iTunes)
“Body Count”, Jessie Reyez (iTunes)
“Change”, Great Good Fine OK (iTunes)
“Choirs”, Ashe (iTunes)
“Coming Around”, TOMI (iTunes)
“Do My Own Thing”, American Authors (iTunes)
“Doesn’t Matter”, Gallant (iTunes)
“Drink About (Acoustic)”, Seeb and Dagny (iTunes)
“Driving”, Donna Missal (iTunes)
“Genius”, LSD (Labrinth/Sia/Diplo) (iTunes)
“Hold On Tight”, R3HAB & Conor Maynard (iTunes)
“Hunger”, Florence + The Machine (iTunes)
“I’ll Be There”, Jess Glynne (iTunes)
“Jump”, Julia Michaels featuring Trippie Redd (iTunes)
“Just A Little”, Violet Days (iTunes)
“Let Go”, BANNERS (iTunes)
“Lonely Together”, Jasmine Thompson (iTunes)
“Main Chick”, Marc E. Bassy (iTunes)
“Moon River”, A$AP Ferg & Elle Fanning (iTunes)
“Move To Miami”, Enrique Iglesias featuring Pitbull (iTunes)
“Noise”, Young Rising Sons (iTunes)
“On The Line”, Volunteer (iTunes)
“One In A Million”, Jordie Ireland featuring Ava Hayz (iTunes)
“One More Day”, Afrojack and Jewelz & Sparks (iTunes)
“Paper Man”, Ray LaMontagne (iTunes)
“R U Mad”, Michael Blume (iTunes)
“Rave In The Grave”, AronChupa and Little Sis Nora (iTunes)
“Say Love (Acoustic)”, James TW (iTunes)
“Scared (Acoustic)”, Nick Fradiani (iTunes)
“That Feeling When”, Dagny (iTunes)
“The Way I Am”, Charlie Puth (iTunes)
“Time Alone”, Prince Fox featuring The Griswolds (iTunes)
“Times Like These”, Xavier Rudd (iTunes)
“Wait”, Chantel Jeffries featuring Offset and Vory (iTunes)
“Waves (One Bit Remix)”, Jeremy Loops (iTunes)
“We Will Never Rule the World”, LINES featuring Dolores Haze (iTunes)
“Weakness”, Tim Chadwick (iTunes)
“Weight Of Love”, Luke Sital-Singh (iTunes)
“What If This Is All The Love You Ever Get?”, Snow Patrol (iTunes)
“What Is A Man”, Dan Owen (iTunes)
“You Can Cry”, Marshmello x Juicy J featuring James Arthur (iTunes)
“Your Side Of The Bed (Flyboy Remix)”, Loote (iTunes)
“Youth”, Shawn Mendes & Khalid (iTunes)

Next week: look out for new albums from the Arctic Monkeys, Charlie Puth and more. For Adam’s personal picks of the week, listen to the PGTC Friday Faves list on Spotify!

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ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: March 29, 2009

Gettin' their chart "Life".

Songs “You” should know.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back nine years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of March 29, 2009…

Debuts:
40. KELLY CLARKSON, “I Do Not Hook Up”
39. RASCAL FLATTS, “Here Comes Goodbye”

Biggest Mover(s):
U2, “Magnificent” (38-31)
BETTER THAN EZRA, “Absolutely Still” (26-19)
THE SATURDAYS, “Just Can’t Get Enough” (18-11, seven spots)

10. PET SHOP BOYS, “Love Etc.” (up 2)
Album: Yes (2009, Parlophone Records)
Peak: #9 for two weeks

09. COLDPLAY, “Life In Technicolor II” (steady, second week)
Album: Prospekt’s March (EP) (2008, Capitol Records)
Peak: #6

08. TAYLOR SWIFT, “Love Story” (down 3)
Album: Fearless (2008, Big Machine/Universal Republic Records)
Peak: #1 for three weeks

07. O.A.R., “This Town” (up 1)
Album: All Sides (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #6 for three weeks

06. LILY ALLEN, “The Fear” (down 2)
Album: It’s Not Me, It’s You (2009, Capitol Records)
Peak: #4 for two weeks

05. SHINEDOWN, “Second Chance” (up 2)
Album: The Sound Of Madness (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

04. JASON MRAZ featuring COLBIE CAILLAT, “Lucky” (up 2)
Album: We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

03. THE FRAY, “You Found Me” (down 2)
Album: The Fray (2009, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for three weeks

02. KELLY CLARKSON, “My Life Would Suck Without You” (steady, third week)
Album: All I Ever Wanted (2009, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #2 for four weeks

01. THE SCRIPT, “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” (up 2)
Album: The Script (2008, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for eight weeks

Check back next Saturday for another Adam’s Top 40 Flashback and don’t forget to follow the blog by using the tab below or find PGTC on social media by clicking the “Get Social!” tab at the top of the page.

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ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: July 12, 2009

Diamond ditties from my top 40.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back eight years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of July 12, 2009…

Debuts:
40. CAITLIN CROSBY, “Still Have My Heart”
39. DIERKS BENTLEY, “Sideways”
38. JACK’S MANNEQUIN, “Swim”

Biggest Movers:
BOYS LIKE GIRLS, “Love Drunk” (36-29, seven spots)

10. DAVID COOK, “Come Back To Me” (down 2)
Album: David Cook (2008, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

09. DAVE MATTHEWS BAND, “Funny The Way It Is” (down 2)
Album: Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King (2009, RCA Records)
Peak: #7 for two weeks

08. DAUGHTRY, “No Surprise” (up 2)
Album: Leave This Town (2009, RCA Records)
Peak: #1 for two weeks

07. TAYLOR SWIFT, “You Belong With Me” (up 4)
Album: Fearless (2008, Big Machine/Universal Republic Records)
Peak: #1 for two weeks

06. P!NK, “Please Don’t Leave Me” (down 1)
Album: Funhouse (2008, LaFace/Zomba Records)
Peak: #2

05. SHINEDOWN, “Second Chance” (down 1)
Album: The Sound Of Madness (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

04. KATY PERRY, “Waking Up In Vegas” (up 2)
Album: One Of The Boys (2008, Capitol Records)
Peak: #1 for five weeks

03. NICKELBACK, “If Today Was Your Last Day” (steady, second week)
Album: Dark Horse (2008, Roadrunner/Atlantic Records)
Peak: #3 for three weeks

02. THE FRAY, “Never Say Never” (steady, third week)
Album: The Fray (2009, Epic Records)
Peak: #2 for four weeks

01. ROB THOMAS, “Her Diamonds” (steady, eighth week)
Album: Cradlesong (2009, Emblem/Atlantic Records)
Peak: #1 for eight weeks

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ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: May 10, 2009

Feelin'

“Life in” 2009.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back eight years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of May 10, 2009…

Debuts:
37. MICHAEL JOHNS, “Heart On My Sleeve”

Biggest Mover(s):
JESSIE JAMES, “Wanted” (38-30, eight spots)

10. CHRIS ISAAK, “We Let Her Down” (down 1)
Album: Mr. Lucky (2009, Reprise Records)
Peak: #8 for two weeks

09. COLDPLAY, “Life In Technicolor II” (down 2)
Album: Prospekt’s March (EP) (2008, Capitol Records)
Peak: #6

08. MAT KEARNEY, “Closer To Love” (steady, second week)
Album: City of Black & White (2009, Aware/Columbia Records)
Peak: #6

07. KELLY CLARKSON, “My Life Would Suck Without You” (down 2)
Album: All I Ever Wanted (2009, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #2 for four weeks

06. THE FRAY, “You Found Me” (down 2)
Album: The Fray (2009, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for three weeks

05. PINK, “Please Don’t Leave Me” (up 6)
Album: Funhouse (2008, LaFace/Zomba Records)
Peak: #2

04. DAVID COOK, “Come Back To Me” (up 2)
Album: David Cook (2008, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

03. JASON MRAZ featuring COLBIE CAILLAT, “Lucky” (down 1)
Album: We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

02. SHINEDOWN, “Second Chance” (up 1)
Album: The Sound Of Madness (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

01. THE SCRIPT, “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” (steady, seventh week)
Album: The Script (2008, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for eight weeks

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ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: June 28, 2009

Dave, David and more dudes.

Dave, David and more dudes.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back seven years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of June 28, 2009…

Debuts:
39. BOYS LIKE GIRLS, “Love Drunk”

Biggest Mover(s):
HOWIE DAY, “Be There” (30-22, eight spots)

10. THE SCRIPT, “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” (down 1)
Album: The Script (2008, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for eight weeks

09. KATY PERRY, “Waking Up In Vegas” (up 1)
Album: One Of The Boys (2008, Capitol Records)
Peak: #1 for five weeks

08. CAROLINA LIAR, “Show Me What I’m Looking For” (down 1)
Album: Coming To Terms (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #6 for two weeks

07. DAVE MATTHEWS BAND, “Funny The Way It Is” (up 1)
Album: Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King (2009, RCA Records)
Peak: #7 for two weeks

06. DAVID COOK, “Come Back To Me” (down 1)
Album: David Cook (2008, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

05. SHINEDOWN, “Second Chance” (down 1)
Album: The Sound Of Madness (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

04. NICKELBACK, “If Today Was Your Last Day” (down 1)
Album: Dark Horse (2008, Roadrunner/Atlantic Records)
Peak: #3 for three weeks

03. PINK, “Please Don’t Leave Me” (down 1)
Album: Funhouse (2008, LaFace/Zomba Records)
Peak: #2

02. THE FRAY, “Never Say Never” (up 4)
Album: The Fray (2009, Epic Records)
Peak: #2 for four weeks

01. ROB THOMAS, “Her Diamonds” (steady, sixth week)
Album: Cradlesong (2009, Emblem/Atlantic Records)
Peak: #1 for eight weeks

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ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: April 19, 2009

Feelin' "Lucky" in 2009.

Feelin’ “Lucky” in 2009.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back seven years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of April 19, 2009…

Debuts:
38. JIMMY WAYNE, “Do You Believe Me Now?”
37. PET SHOP BOYS, “Did You See Me Coming?”

Biggest Mover(s):
NICKELBACK, “If Today Was Your Last Day” (40-30, ten spots)

10. THE SATURDAYS, “Just Can’t Get Enough” (steady, third week)
Album: Chasing Lights (reissue) (2009, Polydor Records – U.K.)
Peak: #10 for three weeks

09. LILY ALLEN, “The Fear” (down 1)
Album: It’s Not Me, It’s You (2009, Capitol Records)
Peak: #4 for two weeks

08. CHRIS ISAAK, “We Let Her Down” (up 4)
Album: Mr. Lucky (2009, Reprise Records)
Peak: #8 for two weeks

07. COLDPLAY, “Life In Technicolor II” (steady, second week)
Album: Prospekt’s March (EP) (2008, Capitol Records)
Peak: #6

06. O.A.R., “This Town” (steady, third week)
Album: All Sides (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #6 for three weeks

05. SHINEDOWN, “Second Chance” (steady, fourth week)
Album: The Sound Of Madness (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

04. THE FRAY, “You Found Me” (down 2)
Album: The Fray (2009, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for three weeks

03. KELLY CLARKSON, “My Life Would Suck Without You” (up 1)
Album: All I Ever Wanted (2009, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #2 for four weeks

02. JASON MRAZ featuring COLBIE CAILLAT, “Lucky” (up 1)
Album: We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. (2008, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

01. THE SCRIPT, “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” (steady, fourth week)
Album: The Script (2008, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for eight weeks

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Enjoy The “Silence”: An Active Look At Rock Crossovers

Disturbed, but determined.

Disturbed, but determined.

It’s one of those surprising sales stories of 2016. How could a metal band doing a Simon & Garfunkel cover sell 370,000 copies of their single with minuscule pop airplay? Well, it’s happening to Disturbed, the group from Chicago that’s had many hits on the Active Rock listing since 2000. Given their dark imagery and loud sound, it’s no surprise that the act performs well there, but stays well away from any format where it would be played next to the likes of… oh, you know, Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift. Well, it appears that may be changing, as their record label, Reprise, is beginning to test the waters at CHR/Pop (and Hot AC) radio with a very reactive record.

“The Sound Of Silence” is already in rotation at stations in Baltimore, New Orleans and San Francisco across the two panels, with a number of other markets likely to add the record soon enough. Considering it’s a few weeks away from achieving 500,000 in sales, not to mention its 20+ million Spotify streams and 30+ million video views, this one looks like a monster… literally. Interestingly, this comes at a time when a #1 at Active Rock radio (“Sound” has been atop that chart for five weeks) hasn’t charted in the CHR top 50 since the fall of 2012. The Pretty Reckless narrowly missed the chart in 2014 with “Heaven Knows”, but “Sound” is the more popular sound when it comes to pure statistics, and has a better shot at hitting the top 50 than “Heaven” did.

With the dry spell of Active Rock crossovers now versus the more accepting crossover runs of 10-15 years ago, let’s have a look at a list of the chart-topping Active hits that also grabbed some CHR ground from 2000 until the current day:

All data prior to the summer of 2006 is from Radio & Records, with Mediabase 24/7 used to the current day. Peaks marked with an * represent those with the addition of two frozen charts around the holidays. This freeze was discontinued in 2006.

2000
Creed – “Higher” (#1 for 17* weeks – Active, 1999-2000) (#3 – CHR, 2000)
3 Doors Down – “Kryptonite” (#1 for 10 weeks – Active, 2000) (#1 for five weeks – CHR, 2000)
Creed – “With Arms Wide Open” (#1 for two weeks – Active, 2000) (#1 for five weeks – CHR, 2000)
Papa Roach – “Last Resort” (#1 for eight weeks – Active, 2000) (#40 – CHR, 2000)
3 Doors Down – “Loser” (#1 for eight weeks – Active, 2000) (#39 – CHR, 2000)

2000 became a great breakout year at CHR radio for both 3 Doors Down and Creed, who would go onto several successful eras at the format. “Kryptonite” and “With Arms Wide Open” became back-to-back #1’s that fall, holding atop the list for ten big weeks.

2001
Staind – “It’s Been Awhile” (#1 for 11 weeks – Active, 2001) (#4 – CHR, 2001)
Nickelback – “How You Remind Me” (#1 for 11 weeks – Active, 2001) (#1 for ten* weeks – CHR, 2001-2)

Two more newcomers with massive Active Rock chart-toppers made crossover runs in 2001, with both becoming signature hits for Staind and Nickelback. “How You Remind Me” outlasted “It’s Been Awhile” after they fell off the survey, but both did very well.

2002
Linkin Park – “In The End” (#1 for seven* weeks – Active, 2001-2) (#1 for six weeks – CHR, 2002)
Puddle Of Mudd – “Blurry” (#1 for eight weeks – Active, 2002) (#4 – CHR, 2002)
Nickelback – “Too Bad” (#1 for one week – Active, 2002) (#25 – CHR, 2002)

Another two new groups broke through in 2002: two-hit wonder Puddle Of Mudd (“She Hates Me” hit #7 on CHR that year) and Linkin Park, with their combination of rap and rock proving likable for a mainstream audience. “In The End” is still their top hit.

2003
3 Doors Down – “When I’m Gone” (#1 for one week – Active, 2003) (#1 for one week – CHR, 2003)
Linkin Park – “Somewhere I Belong” (#1 for eight weeks – Active, 2003) (#47 – CHR, 2003)
Trapt – “Headstrong” (#1 for one week – Active, 2003) (#5 – CHR, 2003)
Audioslave – “Like A Stone” (#1 for one week – Active, 2003) (#29 – CHR, 2003)
Staind – “So Far Away” (#1 for four weeks – Active, 2003) (#18 – CHR, 2004)

By the end of 2003, 16 #1 songs on the Active Rock chart placed in the top 50 on the CHR/Pop chart, 15 of them making the top 40 and ten making the top ten. Audioslave and Trapt were fresh on the chart this year, while Active mainstays continued to do well.

2004
Linkin Park – “Numb” (#1 for ten* weeks – Active, 2003-4) (#5 – CHR, 2004)
Crossfade – “Cold” (#1 for two weeks – Active, 2004) (#22 – CHR, 2005)

After the success of “Numb”, an Urban-driven revival at many pop stations lead some harder rock material to be shunned, but that didn’t stop some songs from crossing over. “Cold” experienced two pushes at CHR, spending months on the list until August 2005.

2005
Green Day – “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams” (#1 for nine weeks – Active, 2005) (#1 for four weeks – CHR, 2005)
Staind – “Right Here” (#1 for two weeks – Active, 2005) (#9 – CHR, 2006)
Nickelback – “Photograph” (#1 for two weeks – Active, 2005) (#3 – CHR, 2005)

The rise of digital downloads helped some acts regain their footing at pop radio. Green Day‘s huge American Idiot album was the talk of the town, and singles from Nickelback (one of five top tens from All The Right Reasons) and Staind had stellar longevity.

2006
Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Dani California” (#1 for three weeks – Active, 2006) (#24 – CHR, 2006)
Stone Sour – “Through Glass” (#1 for six weeks – Active, 2006) (#23 – CHR, 2006-7)

2006 was another down year for Active Rock songs, even with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and their comeback. It dominated the rock world, but they were just “too old” for some pop stations to play. Stone Sour had their biggest crossover track during 2006.

2007
Three Days Grace – “Pain” (#1 for nine weeks – Active, 2006-7) (#47 – CHR, 2007)
Linkin Park – “What I’ve Done” (#1 for eight weeks – Active, 2007) (#18 – CHR, 2007)
Finger Eleven – “Paralyzer” (#1 for two weeks – Active, 2007) (#5 – CHR, 2007)
Three Days Grace – “Never Too Late” (#1 for six weeks – Active, 2007) (#14 – CHR, 2008)

After charting with “One Thing” in 2004, Finger Eleven struck the pop top ten with another big record. It hit 30 weeks in the top 50 in early 2008. Three Days Grace went top 40 for the first time since 2004, with “Never” being their final CHR single to date.

2008
3 Doors Down – “It’s Not My Time” (#1 for two weeks – Active, 2008) (#10 – CHR, 2008)
Theory Of A Deadman – “Bad Girlfriend” (#1 for four weeks – Active, 2008) (#46 – CHR, 2009)

After multiple top ten hits, including the aforementioned “Kryptonite” and “When I’m Gone”, 3 Doors Down had one last trip to the region in July. “It’s Not My Time” spent one week at #10. Theory Of A Deadman also made their crossover debut that year.

2009
Shinedown – “Second Chance” (#1 for eight weeks – Active, 2009) (#4 – CHR, 2009)
Linkin Park – “New Divide” (#1 for eight week – Active, 2009) (#27 – CHR, 2009)

The Florida group Shinedown had a career song beginning in late 2008 (and early 2009 at pop) with that big ballad, one of a few token rock hits to make their way to the pop airwaves towards the latter part of the decade. The band had a total of three CHR hits.

2012
Linkin Park – “Burn It Down” (#1 for two weeks – Active, 2012) (#23 – CHR, 2012)

Far from their glory days, but still making radio hits, Linkin Park landed the two most recent Active Rock chart-toppers to find a home on the CHR/Pop chart. Question is, will Disturbed claim the next one and put 2016 on the map for crossovers? Stay tuned.

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